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Thread: Grey hair: shave it or not? What are your thoughts on scrotum/pubic hair?

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    Grey hair: shave it or not? What are your thoughts on scrotum/pubic hair?

    I'm in a dilemma. Over the past few months, grey hairs have begun popping up in my hair. I've noticed lately that the grey hairs are multiplying. If it keeps up at that rate, i'll be totally grey a year from now.

    I ask your opinion on this important matter. Should i consider shaving my hair? Is the bald look still the 'in' thing? Or should i start to dye my hair like many people do? Or should i simply let it be....keep my hair as is and not do a thing to it. I need your help. Will a bald Doc Holliday show up at the next GT? Or one with blond or black hair? Or the same one, with some grey on the sides. Will sps refuse to see me if i'm bald or if my hair is totally grey? Will it affect my performance negatively? I want to know.

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    If its just going grey, I'd leave it be. The only reason I'd shave my head completely bald is if I was going bald in other places on my head to begin with.

    As far as dying your hair; from what I hear its not worth the trouble. For guys, going grey isnt such a big deal. Just look at George Clooney: he seems to be doing just fine with the ladies, despite his grey hair.

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    Dyed black or Brown hair on guys looks tacky, cause its usually all one colour and looks fake. But Grey hair is actually becoming really popular and can look really sexy if you are gonna dye your hair, ask the hair dresser to dye the rest grey with and white/silver. Or what ever is your most prominent shade, go with that... Then you can be, as we endearingly call them, a 'Silver fox' But to shave cause you're going grey... nooo!
    Im sure there is some men out there who would kill for a full head of grey hair...

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    Maybe you girls would know
    Isn't there a salon based " Grecian formula " for women, that could be used on a man as well ?


    I'm sure there is, and it would be easier for Doc to have a pro do it correctly, rather than do it at home

    And since I know you Doc, you would not look better shaved

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    Grey is the new blond....just ask the Donald

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    At salons they mix all their own colours. They have a library of powders/dyes that he can chose from.

    Ask for a senior hair stylist. Every salon has them.
    But do not!! DO NOT!! go to the cheapest one!!
    You get what you pay for and getting grey/silver/white hair dye is not one for the amateurs..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    I'm in a dilemma. Over the past few months, grey hairs have begun popping up in my hair. I've noticed lately that the grey hairs are multiplying. If it keeps up at that rate, i'll be totally grey a year from now.

    I ask your opinion on this important matter. Should i consider shaving my hair? Is the bald look still the 'in' thing? Or should i start to dye my hair like many people do? Or should i simply let it be....keep my hair as is and not do a thing to it. I need your help. Will a bald Doc Holliday show up at the next GT? Or one with blond or black hair? Or the same one, with some grey on the sides. Will sps refuse to see me if i'm bald or if my hair is totally grey? Will it affect my performance negatively? I want to know.
    LOL, Doc, let it go grey, its distinguishing in men, if you want to go bald go for it, but don't dye it any other color. If you read all my posts, you will see i am a natural kind of guy, no fake boobs, no hair extensions, no implants anywhere, AU NATURAL..If, it bothers you that much there are methods out there to get the grey out naturally in a slow process and with periodical treatments will stay away til you dye(pun ) or til it doesn't bother you. And if you go bald, your ears will get bigger cause the ladies will start to pull on them when they cant grab a hand full of hair.... Happy grooming mate.


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    I vote for a blond Doc !!!
    Can't wait for VIP4 lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat98 View Post
    I vote for a blond Doc !!!
    Can't wait for VIP4 lol
    I dyed my hair blond 11 years ago. Second time i had done that. Some girls liked it, but looking at a picture later made me wonder what the hell was i thinking.

    After going through your comments, i decided i won't dye my hair. I'm now debating to leave it as is or shave it. Still debating.....

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    In my opinion, I'd rather have a full set of hair (regardless of colour) rather than no hair at all. I finally had the opportunity to finally meet you in person @ VIP-3. Your hair looked fine Doc....trust me, it'd be a mistake for you to shave it. Enjoy having hair while you're still able to, imho.

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    Hey Doc, my opinion, if you have a full head of hair don't shave. You can cut your hair short or buy some just for men. I'm Sure your girlfriends will have some good advice to give you. Remember your not the only guy with this dilemma.

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    Mon père est mort à 72 ans et il commençait à peine à avoir des cheveux blancs. J'ai du blanc dans les sourcils et quand ils sont très fournis, le blanc paraît beaucoup. Pour un spectacle, je me laisse pousser les favoris et ils sont blancs. Mais mes cheveux restent foncés.

    Pour le spectacle, je noircirai mes sourcils et mes favoris avec... du mascara.

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    I got my first gray hair in high school, when I was 17. Not long after that, the sides of my head were white and my friends started comparing me to Reed Richards (from the Fantastic Four). But I was in my 20's for God's sake! I still had this black beard & mustache, though, and people would tell me that I looked like the devil, which was okay with me. Even that, now, has started going gray. I have no problem with hair dye, and I don't think you should, either. When you first start using it, you will probably look ridiculous, but you just have to find the right shade. Experiment for a while and find what you are comfortable with. And I'll tell you another thing -- you'll be amazed at how many people in your life don't notice that you've dyed your hair. Seriously. White hair one day, brown the next. Nobody notices or says anything. Just do it and don't worry about it so much.

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    I have been having grey hair on my head for the longest time. I started dying my hair on my head regularly for 5 years now and I enjoy it, no regrets! As far as pubic hair goes, then I shaved it where it's most important, but I would never dyed it down there, no way!!

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